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In Stock! Power Integrations Reference Design: RDHP-1901

2019-11-09T15:41:27-06:00November 9th, 2019|Categories: Featured, Gate Driver Evaluation Products, Power Integrations|

Key features of this new general-purpose base board for SCALE-iDriverTM SIC1182K include: Suitable for SiC-MOSFET power modules in 62mm housing with a maximum blocking voltage of 1200 V Two channels for half-bridge modules Short Circuit Detection Advanced Active Clamping Electrical command inputs and status outputs 0 V/5 V command input logic 0 V/5 V

Updated! GaN and SiC Evaluation Kits & Reference Designs

2019-04-04T12:27:30-05:00March 6th, 2018|Categories: Analog Devices, Featured, GaN Power Transistor Test & Evaluation Products, Power Integrations, pSemi, Silicon Carbide Test & Evaluation Products|

This guide highlights our GaN & SiC evaluation boards and reference designs with links to individual web SKU pages. Includes gate driver evaluation products from ADI, pSemi and Power Integrations. DOWNLOAD NOW

Power Integrations SIC1182K Single-channel Gate Driver

2019-04-04T11:54:28-05:00April 4th, 2019|Categories: Featured, Gate Driver ICs, Power Integrations|

The SIC1182K is a single-channel gate driver in an eSOP-R16B package for SiC MOSFETs. Reinforced galvanic isolation is provided by Power Integrations’ revolutionary solid insulator FluxLink technology. The SIC1182K boasts the highest peak-output gate current available without an external boost stage. Devices can be configured to support different gate-drive voltage requirements matching the range of

Power Integrations SCALE-iDriver™ Family of Gate Driver ICs

2019-04-04T11:29:04-05:00May 23rd, 2018|Categories: Featured, Gate Driver ICs, Power Integrations|

The SCALE-iDriver™ Family of gate driver ICs are single-channel IGBT and MOSFET drivers in a standard eSOP package. Reinforced galvanic isolation is delivered using Power Integrations’ innovative solid insulator FluxLink™ technology. Output drive current up to 8 A (peak) enables the product to drive devices up to 600 A (typical) without requiring any additional active